My wife had a oil light come on in her car on the way to Whitehall. Thinking it was low on oil she added more but it did not reset. She stopped at Schneider's to have them take a look. They quickly realized that it was simply the reset indicator for when the oil needed to be changed (I didn't realize it needed to be reset after I changed the oil). They reset it for her and sent her on her way - no charge. Since she added oil, I recommended that she stop back to have them drain out some so there would not be too much in the crankcase. Again, they drained some out and sent her on her way - again no charge. No waiting and no charge - it doesn't get any better than that. Thanks, Schneider's!
Thanks Todd. Glad we could help. There is nothing worse than being stuck miles from home. Glad we could get her going right away and home safe.
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